Posts Tagged ‘Open Studio’

Two Venues for Open Studios May 2012

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

This year I have moved my Open Studio from my home to two new gallery locations:   Studio 333 and ARTrageous Gallery.  I hope to see my collectors, friends, colleagues, and others over the two weekends.  As always, the Friday night of each weekend is party night with food, drink and music plus lots of artists.  Just check the info below for the correct location.  See art; talk art; buy art!

Streets of Hope Exhibit at MarinMOCA

Friday, September 9th, 2011

My Streets of Hope : Soweto and Alexandra Townships exhibit continues to provoke and entice visitors at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Novato (Hamilton), CA.  The exhibit continues until Sept. 25, 2011.  Museum hours are 11-4, Wed. through Sunday.

Streets of Hope by Keven A. Seaver

Edgy and vibrant, Streets of Hope welcomes you to the current life of two South African townships.

Photography profits  from this exhibit (and from my website) benefit Friends of Alexandra, a non-profit working with kids, many of who I met and photographed. Buy a book and/or photo and help a child!  At the end of this show, I’d like to move Streets of Hope to another venue.  If you have contacts for that, let me know.

If you’d like to read more about my South Africa trip, visit our Winos to Rhinos blog

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HALF OFF. 50%. NEARLY FREE. READY TO HANG. CHECK THEM OUT.

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

This year’s Open Studio offers you a ginormous 50% off all my framed exhibition inventory.  Whether it’s hanging on the wall, in my inventory storage, or against the wall, if it’s framed, it’s on sale.  As a photographer, I like to produce new work.  As a digital photographer, that’s gotten easier.  So in an effort to free up storage space to create new art, I am offering significant discounts at Seaver Photography Open Studios May 7,8, 14,15. To see some of the available images, look at  A REALLY BIG SALE! portfolio on this website. Contact me for more information.

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You Want Art? We Got Art! We’ve Got It All!

Friday, May 7th, 2010
Keven Seaver Photography

Photography and Glass for Gifts or Home

Keven Seaver Photography

All Hanging Art on Sale!

This Saturday and Sunday May 8-9 will be the final two days for the Seaver Photography + KMW Glass Art Open Studio.  And we want you!  I have my largest sale on – OFF THE WALL SALE – ever!  If you buy a framed piece, you’ll take home the second framed piece at a whopping 40% discount.  And if you visit my facebook fan page – Keven Seaver Photography – you might get a little better deal.  You never know.  this is the one time a year that you can see the biggest body of my art in one location.  Same for Kathleen’s glass.  We love Open Studios!  We had about a hundred the first weekend;  expect another hundred or so this weekend.  But it’s almost the end.  Glass and photography – very exciting and dynamic together!!  We’re open from 11 – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday at the home studio of Keven Seaver Photography.  Address is:  68 Sotelo Way Novato CA 94945.

Make My Day! Just Say MARIO BOTTA!

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Plan on coming to the Open Studio this first weekend? If you give me the code word MARIO BOTTA, I have a special gift for you. Botta (b.1943), by the way, was the architect of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, a building that often gets mixed reviews. He designed his first home at age 16; turned professional at 27. His buildings are often brick, although he uses a wide variety of materials to create space and light.

Hot Off the Press

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

When three of my images – VROOM 1,2,3 – were picked up last year by a publishing company, I was excited to be venturing into a new realm. But then I saw the finished poster this week for the first time. WOW! Well, that’s for the fact that they look amazing as posters, and the quality of the work/paper/ finish is so fine that I am mightily impressed by cutting edge technology. Good News: I have decided to offer my posters (signed, of course) to the public at my upcoming Open Studio the first 2 weekends of May. When did posters become so artful?